Sunday Sparkler: Blanquette di Limoux from Le Berceau

I love sparkling wines of all kinds. I particularly love when I find one made from an indigenous grape. Today's wine is a Blanquette di Limoux made from the Mauzac grape found in Southwestern France. It feels appropriate to drink French wine on Memorial day weekend when so many of the French died fighting in... Continue Reading →

25th Year of Cantine Aperte – May 27-28, 2017 800 Wineries Throughout Italy Are Participating

This weekend, May 27-28, is Cantine Aperte 2017 throughout Italy. It is the premier Wine Tourism event for wine lovers throughout the country. It began in 1993, when member wineries of Movimento Turismo del Vino opened their doors to the public. In the States, most wineries have always looked to be tourist destination but the... Continue Reading →

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